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Podcast Rebellion: Chase Parham recaps Ole Miss’ statement weekend

The Rebel Grove editor and Oxford Exxon Podcast co-host joins us in studio to breakdown the series win over Louisville.

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It was a weekend for the books against the No. 1 team in the country as the Rebels open the year with a 2-1 showing at The Sway. The fellas give their thoughts on this team’s potential moving forward, what we thought of the newcomers, and what to expect the rest of the way (with a three-game sample size what could go wrong).

In the second segment, Chase Parham joins in the discussion to give his takes on the Rebs weekend and what he thinks of this team’s proverbial ceiling.


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